Haridwar, one of the most important pilgrimages in India was graced with a spiritual event on account of Yog Yogeshwar Mahaprabhu Ramlal Ji Bhagwan's 131st birthday as a part of Ram Navami. The two-day event, on the birthday of the eminent reviver and innovator of Yoga was organized at the Sri Swami Maheshwaranand Sangved Sanskrit Mahavidyalay Suratgiri Bangla, Sanyas Marg, Kankhal, Haridwar on the 13th and 14th of April, 2019. It witnessed thousands of attendees who celebrated the spirit of the day in its truest sense; a perfect combination religious and spiritual sangam (amalgamation) through Pooja Archana and Yoga.
Yogacharya Amit Dev ji
It was under the sublime guidance of grandson of Yogeshwar Devidayal Ji Maharaj, son and successor of Swami Surendra Dev Ji Maharaj, Yogacharya Amit Dev ji, that the spiritually enriching event was planned. Yogacharya Amit Dev ji is the 5th generation The Century old organization Shri Yog Abhyas Ashram Trust (SYAAT) which is actively engaged in propagating Yoga across the globe since 1888.
The motive of the event was to encourage the Yogic way of living and well being of the human society. Yogacharya Amit Dev ji has often profoundly spoken about how Yog Yogeshwar Mahaprabhu Ramlal Ji Bhagwan assumed the human form because today’s people have forgotten the ancient knowledge of Yoga and giving in to the materialistic greed of the society. The need to find the perfect balance and retain back the lost knowledge, composure and peace is the need of the hour. While he does believe the world is going to go back to Yogic live, Yogacharya Amit Dev ji is here to show the path and continue the legacy while celebrating and spreading the knowledge he has gained from Ramalal Ji Bhagwan.
This event was organised as a part of Yogeshwar DevDayal Mahamandir located in Delhi. On the day 1, that was on the 13th April the event commenced in the morning at 6 a.m. with Prarthna (& other spiritually enriching activites), followed by Kalash Poojan, Shobha Yatra, Prarthana (& other events). Satsang and Bhandara began at 8 p.m. to emanate the spiritual energy. On the 14th the event went on till 12 p.m. in the afternoon with the Bhandara to leave the devotees wholly enriched. The event was for one and all whoever wished to find a balance in life.